January/February 2019

For 20 years, Steve Buller has managed one of the largest and most Influential real estate funds.

Columns & Departments

  • The Year Ahead

    Looking back, the REIT industry once again showcased its resilience in 2018.

  • Phillips Edison Makes Leadership Diversity a Priority NOW

    The diversity program’s goals are to recruit, retain, and develop women in leadership within the company and, ultimately, strengthen the entire firm.

  • Building an ESG Framework

    More and more, REITs are proving to be good stewards of the environment, good neighbors to the communities they serve, and good contributors to the economy.

  • QTS Realty Trust Reshapes Printing Press into Symbol of New Digital Economy

    Kansas-based REIT QTS Realty Trust, Inc. acquired the site for $18 million in 2014 and redeveloped it into a 475,000 square-foot data center.

  • Company, Investor Interests Align at One Liberty Properties

    Founded in 1982, One Liberty Properties is a diversified, fundamentals-focused company with an active net lease strategy.

  • Fidelity’s Steve Buller Built a Career on Actively Outperforming

    For 20 years, Steve Buller has managed one of the largest and most Influential real estate funds.

  • Free-Standing Retail Standing Tall

    The free-standing retail sector leases space to stores that sell basic staples, including pharmacies and convenience stores.

  • George Yungmann

    Nareit’s Senior Vice President for Financial Standards discusses FASB's new lease accounting standard and its impact on REITs.

  • Broadstone’s Amy Tait Talks Evolution

    Amy Tait, co-founder of Broadstone Real Estate discusses the evolution she has witnessed in the non-listed REIT space as well as at her own company

  • What Will Be the Biggest Change in How Hotels Are Designed and Utilized Between Now and 2025?

    Three REIT CEOs predict the biggest changes in how hotels are designed and utilized between now and 2025.

  • Names to Note

    People making news in the REIT and publicly traded real estate industry.